Yogurts

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  1. fairy3853

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    Can you freeze fat free yogurts to use at a later date?

    Tescos have ff activia on offer, 8 packs for £2.95 on BOGOF, so I now have the best part of 16 yogurts in my fridge and a big tub of fromage frais. the ff is a firm favourate and i use it for emergancy quick fix sugar rushes, but i bought the flavoured ones to use in the ice cream maker as and when, so was just wondering, could i freeze them, then when needed, defrost them?
     
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    Yes you can freeze them but in my experience they come out a bit watery when you defrost them. Why not just make the ice-cream and then freeze that?
     
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    I tried that, but it just turns into a solid block, havnt tried it when it defrosts a bit as I dint get that far before my dad scoffed it lol.
     
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    To be honest the yogurts last way longer than the dates on them. I have eaten them 6 weeks out of date with no problems. As long as the lid hasn't blown and the smell/look ok I eat them.

    HTH

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